Realtor carves out niche with mills

PBN Staff photo/Stephanie Ewens<br><br>
<b>LEN LAVOIE,</b> a 25-year real estate veteran, specializes in finding new tenants for old mills that have been refurbished but still look like real mills, and are priced to be affordable to artists. Above, he visits designer Donna DiNucci in her space at 560 Mineral Spring Ave. in Pawtucket.
PBN Staff photo/Stephanie Ewens

LEN LAVOIE, a 25-year real estate veteran, specializes in finding new tenants for old mills that have been refurbished but still look like real mills, and are priced to be affordable to artists. Above, he visits designer Donna DiNucci in her space at 560 Mineral Spring Ave. in Pawtucket.
Artists, startups, light-industrial tenants drawn to raw authentic spaces Len Lavoie has been in the business of real estate and managing mills for 25 years. But in the last nine, he has gone from selling and leasing space in the aging mills to rejuvenating them as affordable work space for artists. Through his firm, Rhode…

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